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Al-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies
ISSN : 1412226x     EISSN : 25028871     DOI : -
Al-Zahrā' Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies is a refereed academic twice yearly, published by Faculty of Islamic and Arabic Studies, Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (UIN) of Jakarta, Indonesia, and concerned with Islamic and Arabic research and studies
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Al-Ibdāʻ al-Manhajī li al-ʻAql al-Muslim Dirāsah li al-Tawjīh al-Islām li Manāhij al-ʻUlūm al-Ijtimāʻiyyah al-Samalluthy, Nabil
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2003): AL-ZAHRĀʼ: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
Publisher : Fakultas Dirasat Islamiyah, Univitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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There is a difference in perspective between Islam and the West about Scientific method. This is in contrast to the Western efforts to frame science in materialistic frame. This paper describes the main frame of the Muslim intellectual thought in the methods of social sciences. In this discussion, the authors divide it into several sub discussion, such as: Islamic perspective on the methodology of thinking; vision, mission and methodology limits in social sciences; revelation as the basis of epistemology of the social sciences, the reality of the social laws that rely on revelation, and the primacy of Islamic values toward the methodology for the study of social sciences.
Al-Islām wa al-ʻIlm wa al-Taʻallum Abd. Rahim, Ahmad
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2003): AL-ZAHRĀʼ: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
Publisher : Fakultas Dirasat Islamiyah, Univitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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The first verse revealed by Allah SWT., is a command to read. Reading is a means to gain knowledge. This proves that Islam is very concerned with science and teaching. This paper describes the evidence of the statement above. Even further explore the close relationship between Islam, science and teaching.
Al-ʻUlūm al-Ṭabīʻiyyah bayn Ḍarūrat al-Taʼṣīl wa Taḥaddiyyāt al-ʻAwlamah Syarifuddin, Ali Thahir
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2003): AL-ZAHRĀʼ: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
Publisher : Fakultas Dirasat Islamiyah, Univitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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There are at least four things that are described in this paper, such as: the concept of science in general and the natural sciences in particular; revitalization of the natural sciences, and the challenges of globalization around the natural sciences. At this time there is a tendency to separate the natural sciences from the theological aspect. This paper seeks to restore the science in its place.
Ihtimām al-Islām wa ʼInāyatuh bi al-ʼIlm wa al-ʼUlamāʻ fī Ḍawʻ al-Qurʻān al-Karīm Qishash, Abd. Rahman
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2003): AL-ZAHRĀʼ: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
Publisher : Fakultas Dirasat Islamiyah, Univitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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There is no denying that Islam since its inception has given a high place for science and the knowledgeable. The author in this paper proves the statement by giving the following explanation: the concept of science and wide-ranged, the position of science in Islam, the position of Theologian in Islam, scientific principles desired in Islam and some Islamic figures.
Al-Amānah fī al-Ḥukm fī Ḍawʻ al-Qurʻān al-Karīm Tohar, Ahmaddin Ahmad
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2003): AL-ZAHRĀʼ: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
Publisher : Fakultas Dirasat Islamiyah, Univitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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Implementation of the law fairly is the pillar of Islamic teachings. Discrimination law enforcement based on the implementation of the social status or family ties is an injustice. Justice is the mandate of each individual. Al-Quran is the source of Islamic law that must be followed by every Muslim in establishing a law.
Min Mūjibāt al-Tawhīd Tark mā Yunāfīh Salim, Hasan Basri
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2003): AL-ZAHRĀʼ: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
Publisher : Fakultas Dirasat Islamiyah, Univitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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The main and the first thing that must be done by religious people is to bring together between belief and disbelief in his heart. That is, when he believed in Allah swt., He should disbelieve besides Him. When he believes in socialism, he should disbelieve liberalism. 23 years of great struggle of the Prophet Muhammad., 13 of those years at Mecca al-Mukarromah voiced union between faith in Allah, and disbelief to idols.
Al-Lugah al- ʻArabiyyah wa Ahammiyyat Tadrīsihā li Gayr al-Nāṭiqīn bi hā al-Nadwi, Shalahuddin
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 4, No 2 (2005): AL-ZAHRA??: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
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A good teaching of Arabic language must be based on linguistic rules, the using of appropriate methods and a new attractive curriculum in accordance with the development of education. Studies show that teaching of Arabic using classical methods require a long time and may result in saturation. In this article, the writer tries to suggest some new methods that are expected to make the teaching of Arabic language more lively and generally demanded by many people.
Mashākil Taʻlīm al-Lugah al-ʻArabiyyah fī Indūnīsiyya Nasution, Ahmad Sayuthi
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 4, No 2 (2005): AL-ZAHRA??: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
Publisher : Fakultas Dirasat Islamiyah, Univitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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The teaching of Arabic language in Indonesia is dealing with some problems, including methodological issues, or the absent of an appropriate methods in teaching of Arabic language, lack of trained Arabic teachers and media of teaching. In order for the process of Arabic teaching in Indonesia runs well and succeed, we must consider some of the following points: Pay attention to the teachers’ capabilities and provide them training, analyze the mistakes to determine the level of difficulty faced by the students of Indonesia, apply teaching methods that are appropriate with the lessons character and the surround circumstances and use certain educative facilities during the teaching process.
Kalimāt Aʻjamiyyah fī al-Bayān al-ʻArabiy al-Mubīn Dardiri, Ahmad
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 4, No 2 (2005): AL-ZAHRA??: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
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There is a difference of opinions among scholars regarding the presence of the word ‘ajam in the Quran. Some scholars deny it while some others acknowledged its existence. However, there is actually no fundamental difference between the two opinions. For initially the word is adopted from a foreign language, where the form is then changed/adjusted by the Arabs, and is spread through their conversations in the period of pre-Islam. After the Islam comes, the following words have been used as an Arabic vocabulary.
Qaḍāyā Muʻāṣirah Hasbi, Rusli
AL-Zahra : Journal for Islamic and Arabic Studies Vol 4, No 2 (2005): AL-ZAHRA??: JOURNAL FOR ISLAMIC AND ARABIC STUDIES
Publisher : Fakultas Dirasat Islamiyah, Univitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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Among the problems of jurisprudence (fiqh) that are emerging nowadays is concerning the legal status of Misyar marriage and copyright. Misyar marriage is one kind of marriage that has the common purpose with the ordinary marriages. The difference is that a wife is not given their rights such as a place of living, spousal support, and en equal division as other wives. As for copyright, whether in the form of writing books, inventions or particular literary works is the rights of the owner, and is not permissible for anyone to steal this right. In this writing, the author seeks to put forward differences of opinions among the scholars on the following law of Misyar marriage and copyright.

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